Make a Monetary Gift

Your support is crucial in helping every student and community member gain the technology tools and training they need to thrive in today’s world. Every gift brings us one step closer to bridging the digital divide.

Donate a Computer

Give your old computer equipment new life by donating it to Kramden. The computers we refurbish are awarded to students and adults across North Carolina that lack access to a home computer. All items that we cannot use in our programs are recycled.

YOUR GIFT CAN

Put a computer in the hands of a student

Provide training for students and adults

Help end the digital divide for everyone

OTHER WAYS TO GIVE

Send a Donation in the Mail

Send a check made out to “Kramden Institute” to 5010 NC Hwy 55,  Durham, NC 27713.

Employee Matching

Many companies have a donation matching program to encourage employee contributions to charitable organizations. Most match dollar for dollar and some even make donations for employee volunteer hours.

Gifts of Appreciated Stock

Giving long-term appreciated securities may provide greater benefits to you and Kramden Institute. If you would like to make a gift of stock, we’d be happy to provide transfer instructions to you.  It is a simple, straightforward process!

Donor-Advised Funds

A donor-advised fund is a giving program that provides an immediate tax benefit to you and allows you to recommend grants to your favorite charities. DAFs can easily be set up through a community foundation or your financial institution.

Planned Giving

A bequest is one of the easiest gifts to make. With the help of an advisor, you can include language in your will or trust specifying a gift be made to Kramden Institute as part of your estate plan. Leave a lasting legacy!

Amazon Smile

Amazon donates 0.5% of eligible purchases to their customer’s designated charities. By connecting your account, you can choose Kramden as your AmazonSmile charitable organization of choice.

LEARN MORE

For questions or more information on how you can support Kramden Institute, please contact Kristina Parks (kparks@kramden.org).